Pam St Clement has landed her first job since leaving 'EastEnders' – on 'This Morning'.
Pam, who played Pat Butcher in the soap, will present her own animal slot on the ITV morning show, which is presented by Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.
Animal lover Pam said: “I’m excited to start a role I feel so passionate about.”
The show's executive producer Karl Newton added: “Pam’s passion for animal welfare is unrivalled and her charity work makes a difference. She will deal with everything from pets, working animals and wildlife.”
The actress was written out of ‘EastEnders’ over Christmas when her character succumbed to terminal cancer. She’d been a regular in since 1986.
Pam St Clement makes her first appearance on ‘This Morning’ next Tuesday when she'll advise viewers on problems with rehousing pets.
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